Whether it’s stroganoff, fresh fajitas, or grilled sirloin steak, when beef is on the menu, you know everyone will clear their plate. That being said, over the years, some of the classic recipes have fallen out of favor. They deserve a second look.
Today, we’re sharing one of our all-time favorite family meals: delicious kid-friendly sliders. They’re like miniature burgers, tiny in size but packed with all the same big-burger deliciousness. And when you add some melty cheese to the mix, let’s just say the whole family will love them!
At Texas Beef Company, we know not everyone is an expert chef, so we’ve launched a back-to-basics cooking series for aspiring grill masters. In this edition, we’ll discuss the best steak for grilling. Let’s get started!
Don’t miss out on the incredible health benefits of eating beef! It’s one of the healthiest foods on earth. Yet many people choose to avoid it because of misinformation. We’re here to set the record straight.
Here in Texas, St. Patty’s Day can’t be properly celebrated without family, friends, and a heaping plate of corned beef and cabbage. But what can you do with the leftovers? Here are our Best Classic Recipes for Leftover Corned Beef.
We’ve always loved New Mexican Chili Verde, but being from Texas, we felt it would taste better if made with beef. We recently developed this Beef Green Chili recipe, and guess what? We were right.
Where would Tex-Mex be without chips? This year, for National Tortilla Chip Day, we’ve created a special recipe to honor the crispy cornerstone of our favorite cuisine. Get ready for Spicy Brisket Sheet Pan Nachos!
There’s something special about Valentine’s Day. Instead of going out for dinner this year, plan a date night at home with our delicious Valentine’s Day steak recipe: Pan Seared Filet with Florentine Sauce.
We throw a Superbowl party every year and enjoy the Big Game with our family and friends. Some years we win, some years we lose, but every year we serve our best Superbowl snack: Taco Meatballs.
The new year has arrived, and here in Texas, we’re ready to make some resolutions. But this year, instead of the usual January aspirations that feel like punishments, we’re trying something different. We’re making three fun New Year’s cooking resolutions.